completed her BA in Psychology in the Spring of 2009. Alissa plans on applying to a Public Health graduate program, where she plans on studying Health Policy. After finishing her Master's, Alissa would like to pursue her Doctorate.
Chris Aberson, Ph.D.
Chris is an Associate Professor of Psychology at HSU. He assists CCRP with statistical analysis and evaluation work. Chris completed his B.A. at California State University, Northridge and his M.A. and Ph.D. at the Claremont Graduate University. He came to Humboldt State in 2000 and teaches courses in Introductory, Intermediate, and Advanced Statistics. His research interests include prejudice, racism, and affirmative action as well as interactive tutorials for teaching core statistical concepts. He is currently writing a text on statistical power analysis that is scheduled for publication in 2009.
Martin Love, MBA
Martin is the CEO of the Humboldt Del Norte IPA, Foundation for Medical Care.
He was the project lead for the Del Norte County Health Care Provider Recruiting and Retention Plan conducted by CCRP in 2006. Martin has more than 28 years of management and administrative experience in health care with experience both in hospitals as the CEO of General Hospital in Eureka and as the CEO of a large physician independent practice association.
He is active on the Boards of Hospice of Humboldt, Mobile Medical Office (serving the homeless, undocumented and uninsured in Humboldt) and the Northern California Community Blood Bank.
Erick Eschker, Ph.D.
Erick has been an economics professor at HSU since 1998. He is the Director of the Index of Economic Activity for Humboldt County, a monthly source of data on the economic health of county. He conducted an assessment of the Economic Impact of Health Care on the County of Del Norte for the Del Norte County Health Care Provider Recruiting and Retention Plan conducted by CCRP in 2006. Erick was a research economist for the American Medical Association. He also spent one year at the Center for Population Economics at the University of Chicago, which focuses on studying the long run history of elderly health and the impact of technology on healthcare costs and delivery. Professor Eschker was awarded an HSU President McCrone Promising Faculty Scholars Award and has published in journals including Applied Economics and Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis and has given papers at the Social Science History Association Annual Meetings and the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago. He earned his Ph.D. from the University of California, Davis and his B.A. in economics from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.